Man arrested for attempted murder after Brampton, Ont., boy's disappearance
In the news today, July 18
Trudeau poised to shuffle cabinet with focus on Liberals’ team for 2019 election
Truck driver charged in Humboldt Broncos crash released on $1,000 bail as family launches lawsuit
Environment Canada issues statement for Maritimes on tropical storm formed off U.S. coast
Victim without vital signs after downtown Toronto shooting
Man questions unsupervised pools after wife and daughter die at Collingwood resort
Trump sends letter to Trudeau calling for increase in NATO defence spending
Senate passes pot bill, paving way for legal weed in 8 to 12 weeks
Crown says Quebec City mosque shooter should get 150-year prison term, the longest in Canadian history
Top court rules law societies can deny accreditation to Christian university’s school
'Let go! Let go!': Police dog bites girl, 6, while tracking home-invasion suspects
Progressive Conservatives will form Ontario's next government, CBC News projects
3 sisters among 5 dead in Alberta highway crash
Second passenger dies following tour bus crash on Hwy. 401 near Brockville
Martine Ouellet to step down as Bloc Québécois leader after losing confidence vote
Trump imposes steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada, rejecting Trudeau’s pleas
Federal government expected to announce financial plan for Trans Mountain pipeline Tuesday morning
Alberta Indigenous groups want to buy equity share in Trans Mountain pipeline
Canadians gather in churches, theatres, halls for Royal Wedding viewing parties
'It's a sham': survivors blast Federal Court hearing into $875M Sixties Scoop settlement
Ontario party leaders square off in 1st debate ahead of election campaign
Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir has been expelled from NDP caucus
Gananoque residents remember MP Gord Brown as one of their own
'A shining light': Van attack victim Anne Marie D'Amico remembered at funeral
Toronto police identify all victims of Monday’s van attack
Deliberations resume at Nicholas Butcher’s second-degree murder trial
Man arrested after Toronto van attack charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder
Police to speak about officer who arrested Toronto van attack suspect without gunfire
Liberal MP facing sexual assault allegation
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